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Ramos on Cavani-Neymar saga: Ronaldo takes all Real Madrid p

Postby Bongngarthom » Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:09 pm

The Edinson Cavani-Neymar penalty rift is not something that SBOBET will ever occur at Real Madrid under captain Sergio Ramos, he has insisted.On Monday, the Spain international was confirmed as one of the nominees to win the 2017 Ballon d'Or.After expressing his delight at the recognition he received, he shared his thoughts on the recent controversial penalty spat which engulfed Paris Saint-Germain."That kind of thing won't happen at Madrid because everything is planned before the game. It is all organised and co-ordinated," said Ramos to France Football."Cristiano takes the penalties and if he isn't, then I do. There is even a third designated taker before each game."Cavani and Neymar are two great players and I'm sure they'll come to an agreement over it."The former Sevilla man also paid tribute to his coach Zinedine Zidane, who is such a popular figure due to doing the simple things well."We have a good friendship. I like being loyal SBOBET to him and things with him are always simple and clear. It is a beautiful relationship and I have a friend for life with the coach," Ramos added."Diego Maradona once said, 'it is white or black but never grey' and that's what it is like with Zidane."Ramos also attempted to explain why he has such a penchant for coming up with decisive goals, particularly late in games, and believes it comes down to a refusal to give up."I always demand everything of myself until the last breath, that's what I'm like," continued the centre-back."If it is possible, SBOBET I'll fight until the last second of the game. Hope is the last thing that is lost."That is in the DNA of both Madrid and myself. Difficult situations can affect people but I always believe and look to react."
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